Author Discusses How to Identify and Deal with an 'Almost Psychopath'
Posted Jun 11, 2012 01:29 pm CDT
Corrected: When does dealing with a manipulative person go from difficult to dangerous?
ABA Journal reporter Martha Neil talks about psychopathy with Jim Silver, one of the authors of Almost a Psychopath: Do I (or Does Someone I Know) Have a Problem with Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?
He discusses how a true psychopath differs from an “almost psychopath;” techniques for dealing with one at work or in your personal life; the neurological differences in their brains; and what treatments are available.
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Updated July 6 to correctly identify Jim Silver as the co-author interviewed for this podcast.
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Jim Silver is a Harvard Law School graduate who has worked as both a federal prosecutor and a defense attorney. He currently teaches criminal justice and legal studies at Bristol Community College in Massachusetts. He is also the author of The Crime Junkie’s Guide to Criminal Law.
The introduction and panelist information in the online text of “Author Discusses How to Identify and Deal with an ‘Almost Psychopath,’” originally indicated that the ABA Journal talked to co-author Ronald Schouten. Jim Silver is the co-author who was interviewed.
The Journal regrets the error.